Planned Gifts 

Planned gifts are one of the greatest ways you can leave your legacy ensure that Nonviolent Peaceforce will continue for years to come. Planned gifts allow you to give more than you ever thought possible and, at the same time, allow you to benefit from tax advantages. Depending on the gift, your tax advantages can span a few years to your entire lifetime.

You can leave a gift to Nonviolent Peaceforce in your will or revocable trust, or name Nonviolent Peaceforce as the beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement account. Your gift will be used to save lives, practice nonviolence as an alternative to war, prevent new outbreaks of violence, and advocate for effective global peace and security methods well into the future.

You still have the use of your assets as long as you need them, and you can change your mind at any time. You can even make your gift contingent – allowing you to provide for your loved ones if they are still living, and leave wonderful legacy if they are not. Click here for more information on the benefits of making a planned gift.

It’s easy to do. You, or your financial advisor if you have one, can simply name Nonviolent Peaceforce in the appropriate documents. Click here for sample language.

For help with will or trust language, estate planning strategies, or information on charitable gift annuities and an illustration of how they could work for you, contact US Office Supervisor, Nancy Hegdahl at 612.871.0005 x15 or by email at nhegdahl@nonviolentpeaceforce.org.

 

Nonviolent Peaceforce is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization [Tax ID: 35-2197019]. All donations to Nonviolent Peaceforce are used for charitable purposes. All donations made within the US are tax exempt.

For general questions about your Nonviolent Peaceforce, please call 1.612.871.0005  x221 or send an email to info@nonviolentpeaceforce.org.

Click here to see how Nonviolent Peaceforce is funded.

Click here to download a PDF copy of NP-USA's IRS 501(c)(3) tax deductible letter.

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